The Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor (PEVC) is responsible for determining how campus space is
allocated, including classroom space. Thus, the campus course scheduling policy also falls under the
purview of the PEVC. Course scheduling should be responsive to evolving campus needs and should be
informed by broad input from stakeholders. Therefore, the PEVC relies on a Course Scheduling
Committee (CSC) to foster communication and transparency, to provide a forum for concerns to be
discussed and addressed, and to make recommendations to the PEVC on all aspects of course
scheduling. This includes priority scheduling, final exam scheduling, special agreements with
departments that have unique scheduling needs, exceptions and changes to the campus scheduling
policy, and other related issues. The CSC also works closely with the Registrar to implement the campus
scheduling policy on an ongoing basis.